May 17, 2013
Morningside College recently initiated students into the Alpha Lambda Delta National Honor Society.
Alpha Lambda Delta recognizes and encourages academic excellence among first-year college and university students. Membership in Alpha Lambda Delta is open to full-time freshmen who earn a scholastic average of 3.5 or better at a four-year college or university.
The following Morningside College students were initiated into Alpha Lambda Delta:
From Sioux City – Nicole Hanson, Michaela Ingalls, Alexandria Martin, Kristina Neumann, Amy Samuelson, Mallory Sea and Elizabeth Sterling.
From Iowa – Alyssa Turnquist of Alta, Courtney Hoffman of Carroll, Kailyn Van Soelen of Council Bluffs, Laura Austin of Grimes, Jamie Byrnes and Carly Heese of Harlan, Kara Bentz of Humboldt, Jennifer Theisen of Le Mars, Mercedes Liparoto of Malvern, Kay Drenkhahn of Mapleton, Dena Dirks of Rock Rapids, Amy Widman of Sergeant Bluff, Samantha Ernst of Sibley, and Meaghan Wilson of Urbandale.
From Nebraska – Elizabeth Kube of Crofton, Cara Olerich of Dakota City, Allison Bachman of Fremont, Hannah Roberg of Grand Island, Mikala Cooper of Lincoln, Amber Burg of Murray, Kendall Hendrix and Anna Ryan of Omaha, Tasha Lechtenberg of O’Neill, Natasha Hongsermeier of Phillips, Catharina Foster of Stockville, and Amanda O'Kief of Valentine.
From other states – Sarah Yankowski of Colorado Springs, Colo.; Addison Morgan of Kansas City, Kan.; Robin Forster of Monticello, Minn.; Katie Hanson of St. Peter, Minn.; Nicole Loe of Baltic, S.D.; and Elena Rojas of El Paso, Texas.